Posted 2002-07-02 18:56. Last updated 2007-12-18 07:50. Tagged project, email, imap, perl.
Some simple command-line utilities for mail management over imap.
Since imap is a nice protocol to handle email messages independent of MUA, some functionality is wanted MUA-independently. imaputil is a few simple perl programs to run in a command line context.
These utilities depend on an external program to connect to the server
and take care of the Kerberos and/or SSL stuff.
imtest from the
cyrus-imap package, but it
should be easily replaceable.
Update 2007-12-18 07:50: A new release: imaputil 0.6 is on the ftp server.
- The imap-append command is addedd.
- Manual page corrections.
Update 2006-10-16 17:50: A new release: imaputil 0.5 is on the ftp server.
- The imap-quota command is rewritten to actually use the imap protocol with the IMAP QUOTA extension.
- All the commands now use
$MAILHOSTfrom the environment as the default imap server.
Update 2004-07-29 12:00: imaputil 0.4 is released. This release builds on imaputil 0.3, which is a merge by Mattias Amnefelt of my code and a similar project by Max Zomborszki.
Relase 0.4 tells the imap server which users mailbox to access, and
adds a “
user” flag to change it.
imap-du program now got a “
-x” flag to make output suitable
In release 0.3, program names was changed from e.g.
imdu to more
verbose names like
from Max’s project was added.
Update 2002-07-09 12:00:
imaputil 0.2 is now released. This release introduces the
program, some new options, and a man page for each program.
Update 2002-07-02 18:56: I have released imaputil 0.1. This is the initial release of imaputil.
Lists unread messages in a specified set of folders. Each unread message is displayed on a line with the from address (optionally real-name only) and the subject.
Mime-escaped strings are decoded (at least for quoted printable).
Calculates the size of folders, like the classic
du Unix command.
Whether it displays the size of just each folder or each folder with
sub folders, is optional.
List your folders, with total and unread number of messages in each.
Report your usage and quota of mail storage, as reported by the IMAP QUOTA extension.
Appends one or more files (messages) to a folder on the imap server, creating the folder if necessary.
Imaputil is copyright by KTH, Rasmus Kaj and Max Zomborszki, but availiable by a BSD-style licence.
Source distributions can be downloaded from ftp://ftp.stacken.kth.se/pub/projects/imaputil/.
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